Power Point’s dirty little secret

I’ve blogged often about the abuse of Power Point and other slide software programs – using them as speaker notes, and making them more about words than images.  And of course, the over-use and over-dependence on software instead of just connecting with your audience, person to person. But there’s a further problem with the software, […]

Power Point and the Triangle of Death – A Rant

The origins of Power Point were solidly grounded in good intentions.  Remember slides?  People put pictures on them, or graphs — visual aids.  They were intended to act as accompaniments to lectures and presentations.  The whole idea was that the speaker would talk for a while, and then occasionally show a slide that illustrated a […]